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. it's good for you. >> arthel: more than two months after super storm sandy hit the northeast, one of the nation's leading hospitals reopened its doors. nyu medical center suffered extensive damage from the storm, but it's now operating at nearly 100% capacity. fox news medical a teamer dr. mark siegle spoke to the doctors and the dean in an exclusive interview. >> it feels great to have the hospital back up and running. you know. it was a little erie feeling to walk the halls of a hospital and not see a multitude of patients and their families every day. >> one of the major hospitals crippled by super storm sandy, in, yu medical center in new york city suffered extensive damage. flooded with over 15 million gallons of water, the main campus was shut down for two months. >> when you face catastrophic events and more than from those events, you emerge stronger. if anything, we're a more united medical center. i'm struck by the spirit of the people who are working here. >> as the storm raged, hospital staff rushed to evacuate over 300 patients down dark stairwells relying only on bat
-tv.com. >>> all eyes on sandy point state park for the annual polar bear plunge. the life changing plunge has a new twist this year one of them is you. jim sxhuts, first week on the job. >> that's one way to start a job. >> we will see how accurate i am in giving you valuable information. >> exactly. exactly. you are plunging for the first time, right? >> first time. >> you are the new guy you have to do it. >> the support is unbelievable we have corporate partners we have been doing this for 11 year nows. we had 20,000 people at the park. expecting similar numbers this year. we have done things to make it family friendly. we have a fee we and family plunge on saturday morning. >> that is new this year? >> actual there's the second year. >> that's great a lot of kids want to be involved. >> pee wee is for what? >> we do 8 and under. >> those are the pee wees. >> i know a lot of kids like to get involved. >> last year we raised 2.6 million. we have ground to cover. typically it comes later. payroll taxes all that stuff. the economy definitely impacts people. the thing that is great about this
. -- in the wake of the tragic incident that occurred at sandy hook elementary school, the cities, states and now president of looking for ways to stem violence what. what took place in connecticut was not the only reason i began working on this legislation. oftentimes it takes a national tragedy to create significant among them and political pressure around the issue of gun violence. but, what is getting missed in these debates is that the reality is that these tragedies associated with gun violence take place every single day in our neighborhoods all across the country. i know all too well what this tragedy looks like. i experienced it every time every time i get a phone call in the middle of the night for the police department alerting me of another violent crime are shooting. families as they grieve. i experience it every time i go to san francisco general hospital to console the victims of gun violence, last year a victim as young as five years old. we continue to address the causes and impact of this senseless gun violence. increasingly involves young adults under the age of 25;
of newtown, connecticut are coming together just over one month at the shootings at sandy hook elementary. residents gathered at a local community meeting to talk about what to do with the school. some say the school should be torn down, while others say it should be preserved. >> we cannot have the next generation of kids going in there with that same mystique about that building. i think that knocking it down, turning it into a memorial, building a palace of a school, the most high end, high tech, beautiful school in the country would change the whole outlook of being from sandy hook elementary school. >> since the beginning of the month, students and teachers have relocated to monroe, connecticut. >>> to pennsylvania, a 5-year- old kindergartner has been suspended for telling another girl she was going to shoot her with a toy gun. the suspended girl's family is now fighting the punishment. her parents say she was playing with the toy gun that blows bubbles and that kids will be kids. the little girl has been suspended for two days. two separate incidents similar to that one have happen
sandy. and the people of new york and new jersey and new england who were devastated by it to get the same kind of treatment that the people who suffered from cat in-- katrina did. left to republican votes and john boehner's best efforts have failed in the house of representatives. democrats passed it. both cases, democrats were the key. >> i thinks that-- these are exceptional cases. in the years ahead the republicans discover they can't govern controlling the house. the democrats are going to discover they can't get much done unless they control the house. and i think in general the general pattern is they both lost a lot of -- >> here we are the friday before the secretary inauguration, second term so we're talking about president's actions this week. how he is positioning himself, what do you see in that? for the secretary term? >> i think right now he's sort of in a much more moderate spot than he was last time. i think if you look at the first two big issues that first the fiscal fight where he's got the public on his side. you've got immigration where he's got the public on
of that on these big fights and it's about seizing the moment because the further and further you get from the sandy hook tragedy, the less you're likely to achieve and he's trying to make this happen swiftly. >> let's talk about second terms. how have presidents comparatively, how have they feared in his second term. that's when the big scandal happens. the iran-contra and watergate, the monica lewinsky. how can we forget and the fallout during the bush administration over the iraq war and hurricane katrina, so certainly, things could get a little worse for the president in the coming years, but he does start with the decent approval rating and at least part of congress on his side on most issues. >> you do have to wonder how much of his political capital he'll use on gun control in his short term, before immigration and not even just talking about the debt ceiling, but if he is to do -- with regard to the gun control and universal background checks and he is going to have to spend a great deal of time and a great deal of political capital to get that done. >> the white house says a few things abou
tornado. man: and now we're helping the east coast recover from hurricane sandy. we're a leading global insurance company, based right here in america. we've repaid every dollar america lent us. everything, plus a profit of more than $22 billion. for the american people. thank you, america. helping people recover and rebuild -- that's what we do. now let's bring on tomorrow. >>> in 1963, dr. martin luther king gave his historic "i have a dream" speech. the speech marked turning point in the civil rights movement. on monday, on the very day the country set aside to honor dr. king, mlk day, barack obama, america's first african-american president, will take the oath of office for the second time. i spoke with a close friend of dr. king's and a speechwriter who contributed to dr. king's speech. >> it brings back some memories of 50 years ago. the "i have a dream" speech, the march on washington, probably would not have occurred but for the demonstrations in birmingham, alabama. the key to understanding the history before the "i have a dream" speech and the march on washington is birmingham
have climate now, back on the agenda, the horrific outcome with hurricane sandy has put that back on the agenda. that's number three on his agenda behind i guess immigration and gun stuff. there is an opportunity i think to go back to the table to get business and labor and environmentalists together to figure out a way to put more people to work building clean energy in america, building wind turbines, putting up solar panels, going into biofuels. we can have more work, more jobs, more wealth and better health with a green economy than without one. >> tough thing do with the focus on cutting spending though. >> is there any room there for republicans, erick? >> probably not largely because most of the green jobs program are dependent on the government for existence. the government can't keep pouring money into a lot of these programs. the coal industrial doesn't necessarily depend on lobbyists coming to congress to get carveouts in government. >> let me give you a chance to talk about guns, another issue where the president wants to move in the second term. four months from now,
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